Dayalan Hemalatha biography, age, height, boyfriend, etc.

Dayalan Hemalatha is an Indian woman cricketer. She was born in Chennai, India on 29 September 1994. She is Right handed batsman and Right-arm off-break bowler.

Dayalan Hemalatha play as a batsman in the team. She first time played an international match for Indian women cricket team in 2018. She was also a part of ICC Women’s T20 World cup 2018.

Personal Information

Name

Dayalan Hemalatha

NickName

Daya

Date of Birth

29 September 1994

Current Age

25 Years

Current City

Chennai, India

Country

India

Citizenship

India

Birth Place

Language

Hindi

Education

N/A

Religion

Hindu

Caste

N/A

Height

In feet: 5 feet 1 Inches

Centimeters: 155 cm

Meters: 1.55 m

Inches: 61 Inches

Weight

60 Kg Approx

Hair Color

Black

Hair Style

Simple

Networth

N/A

Salary

Approx 2 Lac Per Month

Hobbies

Playing Cricket

Cricket Information

Batting

Right-handed

Bowling

Right-arm off-break

Role in Team

Batsman

Coach or Mentor

N/A

Jersey / Shirt Number

9

Major Teams

  • India Women
  • Tamil Nadu Women
  • India Green Women
  • Trailblazers
  • India A Women
  • India C Women

Test Cap Number

N/A

ODI Cap Number

125

T20 Cap Number

60

Test Debut

N/A

ODI Debut

11 September 2018 v Sri Lanka

T20 Debut

9 November 2018 v New Zealand

Partner and Family

Husband or Boy Friend

N/A

Parents

Father: N/A

Mother: N/A

Siblings

Brothers: N/A

Sisters: N/A

Children

Son: N/A

Daughter: N/A

Others

N/A

Favorites

Cricketer

N/A

Sports

Cricket

Actor

N/A

Actress

N/A

Food

N/A

Cricket Ground

N/A

Sportsman

N/A

Holiday Destination

N/A

Awards and Achivements

  • Not Available yet.

Records

  • Not Available yet.

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